11 May '12, 10am

Beware! Google is changing title tags at will

Beware! Google is changing title tags at will

You absolutely want keywords in your title tag and you should also have your company name. Those appease the Google monster. But, in addition, want something that sets you apart from all the other competition on the search engine results page (SERP). A short statement, an adjective, a mini-USP… something that will wake surfers up, catch their attention and make them think, Hmm … Let me see what this is all about.

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